Play Blu-ray Disc/Blu-ray ISO on Windows 7 PC/Desktop/Laptop

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Play Blu-ray Disc/Blu-ray ISO on Windows 7 PC/Desktop/Laptop

Postby JerryEdison001 » Fri Sep 20, 2013 6:53 pm

“I bought a new computer and it has blu-ray capabilities I.E blu-ray player, and found out that windows media Player doesn’t allow it to work! So is there any free blu-ray software for my Windows 7 PC?”

In order to play Blu-ray discs — for that, you’ll need a third-party player. The other option, of course, is to simply install VLC — a free, open-source media player that will play all of your unencrypted Blu-ray discs. For playing all retail or commercial blu-ray discs on Windows 7, you are recommended to use UFUSoft Blu-ray Player for Windows 7, which is an excellent Blu-ray media player software for Windows 7-based computers. It can perfectly play Blu-ray Disc, Blu-ray ISO files, or Blu-ray (BDMV) folders on all popular Windows operating systems, such as Microsoft Windows 8.1 Blue, Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista and XP (SP2 or later). With this amazing Windows Blu-ray player, or Blu-ray ISO player, you can easily play Blu-ray media on Windows 7-based desktop or laptop with super high audiovisual quality.

Further more, high-tech lets ,UFUSoft Windows 7 Blu-ray Player software can play any Blu-ray Disc / DVD released in different regions. It keeps the outputting video with the up to 1080p high-definition quality without loss of data and frame, and allows full preservation of all audio tracks (like DTS HD Master Audio, Dolby TrueHD Audio, etc.), subs streams, chapter markers, and videos. Since adding DTS5.1 into it, Windows 7 Blu-ray Player can bring you to the extremely fantastic HD media entertainment. And it allows you to play common video and audio files like MP3, TS, MTS, M2TS, MXF, TRP, TP, MP4, MXF, MTS, MKV, AVI, FLV, MPEG, etc.

Step 1: Free Download and Install UFUSoft Windows 7 Blu-ray Disc/Blu-ray ISO Player

Step 2: Load Blu-ray Disc to the program

Insert your Blu-ray disc into the Blu-ray driver. Next, open your Blu-ray movie by just pressing the “Open Disc” in the main interface to select Blu-ray drive and then click “OK” button to load the Blu-ray directly. You can now enjoy your Blu-ray movies on Windows 7 PC/Laptop/Notebook. (Tip: When you want to play the Blu-ray ISO image file, you need to load Blu-ray ISO image file to the virtual drive firstly, the open method is the same with loading Blu-ray disc.)

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Another option is to load Blu-ray folder, you can click “Open File” button to directly select the Blu-ray folder and click “OK” button, now you can watch the Blu-ray movie on Windows 7 PC/Laptop/Notebook.

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Step 3: Define the audio/video track

With this wonderful Windows 7 Blu-ray Player Software, you are allowed to define the audio/video track, audio channel, playing screen size and choose the specific title/chapter in the “Controls > Title/Chapter” column and so on. Plus, with the “Snapshot” function, you can capture your favorite Blu-ray images and save in the format of JPEG, PNG, and BMP.

Step 4: Start to play Blu-ray on your Windows 7

After all above settings, you can click “Play” button to enjoy your favorite Blu-ray movies on Windows 7 PC/Laptop/Notebook at home with wonderful video quality. If you want to stop playing the Blu-ray disc, you only need click Stop Button and eject the Blu-ray movie.

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